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Sunday, February 7, 2010

Bachauer Competition Announces Competition

The names of the competitors for the 2010 Gina Bachauer International Artists Piano Competition have been announced:

First Name
Family Name
Nationality
Age
Charlie
Albright
USA
21
Yunjie
Chen
China
29
Stefan
Ciric
Serbia
23
Sara
Daneshpour
USA
22
Gregory
DeTurck
USA
27
Sebastian
Di Bin
Italy
28
Nazareno
Ferruggio
Italy
28
Roberto
Franca
Italy
23
Kotaro
Fukuma
Japan
27
Lukas
Geniušas
Russia
19
Pavlo
Gintov
Ukraine
23
Dorel
Golan
Israel
28
Yoonjung
Han
Korea
24
Fazliddin
Husanov
Uzbekistan
31
Daria
Kameneva
Russia
22
Benjamin
Kim
USA
26
Soyeon
Kim
Korea
27
Andrea
Lam
Australia
28
Viviana Pia
Lasaracina
Italy
21
Alexey
Lebedev
Russia
29
Dmitri
Levkovich
Ukraine
31
Steven
Lin
USA
20
Benjamin
Moser
Germany
28
Sejoon
Park
Korea
19
Hoang
Pham
Vietnam
24
Mayumi
Sakamoto
Japan
26
Serhiy
Salov
Ukraine
31
Nima
Sarkechik
France
26
Anastasiya
Solomatina
Russia
26
Konstantin
Soukhovetski
Russia
28
Ardita
Statovci
Austria
27
Olga
Stezhko
Belarus
24
Alexey
Sychev
Russia
21
Anastasya
Terenkova
Russia
28
Kateryna
Titova
Ukraine
26
Matei
Varga
Romania
29
David
Violi
France
28
Joshua
Wright
USA
22
Pavel
Yeletsky
Belarus
27
Zho
Zhang
China
21
Dizhou
Zhao
China
30
Darrett
Zusko
Canada
25

The XV Gina Bachauer International Artists Piano Competition will be held June 17-July 1, 2010 in Salt Lake City, Utah.  The competitors will vie for more than $80,000 US in prizes before a jury of 10 distinguished artists.  The six finalists will perform concertos with the Utah Symphony in Abravanel Hall under the direction of Lawrence Leighton Smith.
The competitors were chosen from over 250 applicants who auditioned in Moscow, Hamburg, Venice, London, New York City, and Salt Lake City, Utah.
For a complete list of the International Jury and Prizes, visit www.bachauer.com.  Photos of the competitors will also soon be on the website. The latest information about the Competition is also now available on our new Facebook page.
The event marks 35 years of Bachauer competitions bringing the best pianists in the world to Utah to compete for cash, prizes, and fame.  Since beginning in 1976, the Gina Bachauer International Piano Competition has become one of the world’s most prestigious piano competitions, and one of only four in the U.S. recognized by the World Federation of International Music Competitions.

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